One of our favorite publishers called this week, and will feature a story about modern lakehouse, “Esther” that they’ll release in April.
Concurrently, we had been planning a late winter trip to gather missing key shots. Equally important, we want to finish our own story about the project. Happily, we were able to get the missing information and share with the editors.
This was our second official collaboration with this most talented client – and we hope not the last!
After about a 16-month construction process, the much anticipated move-in process finally began in late mid-October 2018. For sure, after our clients have some time to get settled-in we’ll share more of the interiors. In the meantime, we’ll be adding design process and renderings to the story as a placeholder. HAUS helped client with comprehensive site planning and architectural design concepts, including a detailed interior design vision.
This project is rooted in tradition, but distinctly modern. Please check-out the story here.
Our new design-build Craftsman Style Home in Broad Ripple has been completed as of mid-2017. Thanks to our most excellent clients for this unique opportunity to dial the Craftsman-Style up a notch on this historic Indianapolis street just a few blocks south of Broad Ripple Village.
We are happy to report that Copperwood – New Modern House 1 has weathered its first year of occupancy. Our clients for this brand-new design/build project have lived in the home since October 2016 and we are looking forward to being featured on the AIA Indianapolis Home Tour in late September 2017. It’s always great to see old friends and meet new ones at the show, so we hope you’ll stop by for a visit! Check out the project page for the story.
Mid Mod Entry Wall frames entry and private moss garden in one move. This Midcentury beauty has been completely enhanced inside and out. Have a look at the project story here, and please visit later this year for planned fall 2017 photography!
The modern entry at Treesdale is looking good this spring. Landscaping and some other new enhancements are in-process. The work often isn’t always 100% complete at move-in. Sometimes getting moved-in is just the first milestone; then from there, the finishing-touches continue. Frequently, future phases are planned from the very beginning to anticipate evolving lifestyles and budgets. We like to think of the design/construction process as more analogous to a marathon than sprint, so physical and emotional endurance is a valuable quality (for both the vendors and the clients). The rewards of tailored living await you at the finish line!
Midcentury Entry at New Modern House Ditch Road is nearing completion. Thermally-treated wood strikes again, in this case, thermally-treated Poplar makes an appearance. Check out the project page here.
Thermal modifying wood is a technology that improves the resilience of wood products used in exterior conditions and can be used on most wood species. Our client at #Copperwood inquired about the technology and if we could use it at their home – which we did. On that project, we used thermally-modified Ash. Client for this project was so impressed by the beauty and resilience after visiting Copperwood, they requested something like it here – in this case, thermally-modifed Poplar was used, provided by a local source who learned about the technology from HAUS/Copperwood.
New Modern Entry Bridge is progressing at Copperwood right on schedule. Bridge spans the front clerestory bay lower level walkout which provides an abundance of natural light to the lower level. Check out the project page for the latest comprehensive updates. We are really looking forward to finishing the final details around mid-September 2016 on this New Modern Home in Zionsville.